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Dec 29, 2012 6:00pm EST
to master the nuances of every foreign and domestic and defense issue that he wrote about,' and very few political analysts or writers or pundits can predict the future and come out with a perfect record. on the section on southern africa, and south africa in particular, where he talks about apartheid, you know, he thought sanctions wouldn't work; he was making that argument very clearly in the 1970s; that it wouldn't work to get rid of apartheid. and he did say that, 'we find apartheid to be morally repugnant.' but he didn't see the direction that the american people would go in the 1980s on that, so he didn't see the future in--better than--than--than most people who--who do this kind of work. but he did seem to understand the big game of the cold war story better than most. c-span: and what has happened to you since this has come about? and you're making all the--the tour and speeches and television appearances. >> guest: just my life is about the same. i have so much research and writing to do that nothing really has changed. it's great to--to do television and radio program
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